We’re building a school
for Chajul’s youth!
Give the gift of
throughout the pandemic
It takes a child to
transform a village.
Opening a book
opens their world.
Big News! Our innovative approach to literacy during COVID-19 was honored by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and awarded the 2021 King Sejong Literacy Prize! Click here to read more.
Creating opportunities for Chajul’s indigenous youth, women, and families
to develop the academic and professional skills needed
to effect change in their lives and community.
At Limitless Horizons Ixil, we believe that education is the cornerstone of creating a brighter future, both for the individual and for the community. In supporting academic and personal development and cultivating literacy skills, we pave the way towards a future of limitless opportunities and broad new horizons for the Ixil community of Chajul.
Our holistic model spans the educational arc of youth in the community, starting with early childhood literacy programming in our community library, providing critical scholarships and comprehensive support to middle and high school students, and continuing to support the personal and professional development of our graduates, as they ready themselves to take on careers and become community leaders.
We are thrilled to share that Limitless Horizons Ixil won the 2021 UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) King Sejong Literacy Prize for our program, “Broadcasting Bilingual Stories: Promoting Interactive Literacy Programming in...
Written by Tim Tendick You see them out the window, as your bus rolls on through a thick afternoon. Hours behind you and hours still to go before you reach your destination, the town on your ticket whose name you already knew. But before you get to that known...
Catriona Spaven-Donn spent most of the first year of the pandemic living and working in the Ixil Region of Guatemala as Limitless Horizons Ixil's International Coordinator. Here she shares her reflections, one year later. We were sitting under the terracotta tiled...